g.a.d.e: new press brake with 1150 kN nominal power and 10-axis system

g.a.d.e, always and constantly committed to technological research, will present a new ultra-fast and precise press brake at its stand in “Lamiera”. This new machine is conceived to complete the already appreciated and reliable series of press brakes PS-C, PSC GREEN DRIVE and PSC-H. Distinguishing features of the new hybrid servo-press, called SPC-H, is the very high operation speed that, coupled with the extreme precision, makes it one of the most performing machines than ever. The SPC-H 3115, on show at the exhibition, has a nominal power of 1150 kN and is conceived to satisfy the most demanding customers in terms of precision, productivity and reliability. This press brake deploys among its characteristics: a work length of 3200 mm, a stroke of the upper blade-holder of 350 mm and 10 axes managed and controlled (Y1-Y2-X1-X5-X6-R-Z1-Z2-A3-A4). The SPC-H 3115 is also equipped with table with integrated pressing function, pneumatic die clamping, high intermediaries suitable for the execution of deep box-types (PROMECAM system), provided with automatic punch clamping. Besides the relevant motion speed, utmost productivity is granted by the use of the IRIS system by LazerSafe that allows performing the speed change (approach/operation) at the sheet metal contact. The system is mounted on supports with automatic positioning regulation. The numerical control is the state-of-the art S 670 W with multi-touch 21” monitor. gade, always committed to the product development, in the course of last months has contributed in the state-of-art evolution, succeeding in granting its entire machine range as Industry 4.0-compliant. The servo press SPC-H 3115, as well as all other machines of the range configured according to Industry 4.0, are provided with a conformity declaration released by a primary certification Body, as protection and guarantee of its customers, to comply with law requisites.

Lamiera 2017 HALL 13 STAND C46

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